Here is the third installment in our post-conference series, staring Shaun Walker from DotNetNuke. It is one half of session T8, Open Source Tools That are Changing the Content Technologies Landscape. Enjoy!
Here you go folks, the latest in our Post-Conference video series! Thanks for all of your patience with these, we’ll have 2 more videos after this one. (F11 to fullscreen your browser)
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Instructor: Tony Byrne, Founder, Real Story Group, CMSWatch
Instructor: Scott Liewehr, Senior Analyst, Web Content Management, Gilbane Group
Instructors: Dale Waldt, Senior Consultant, XML & Content Technologies, Gilbane Group Geoffrey Bock, Senior Analyst, Collaboration & Social Computing, Gilbane Group
Instructor: Lisa Welchman, Partner, WelchmanPierpoint
Instructors: CM Pros Members
Instructors: CM Pros Board Members, Lisa Welchman, Partner, WelchmanPierpointRead More
Today we highlight the Building Robust Content Assets session at Gilbane San Francisco.
This session takes place on May 20th at 2:00pm PST.
T10. Building Robust Content Assets
Robust content can drive many processes designed to realize savings in time and costs and enable high quality, accurate information. Building robust content requires an understanding of the business drivers for your content and the systems that are used to create and manage it. Migrating legacy content to a robust environment will entail adding detail and value to the content before it can enable these benefits. This session focuses on the challenges and goals for creating robust content.
Video Introduction to the session.
Moderator: Dale Waldt, Senior Consultant, Gilbane Group
Andrew Striemer & Chad Miller, Robert Half International
“Pain Free Content Migration at Robert Half International”
Deane Barker, Content Management Practice Director, Blend Interactive
“The Mysterious Art of the Content Inventory”
Dick Weisinger, Software Technologist, Formtek
“Building a Global View of Your Organizational Data”
Have questions about this session or the Content Technologies track? Ask Dale Waldt, the track chair and moderator.
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Today we highlight the SharePoint Search – Evaluating Options and Alternatives session at Gilbane San Francisco.
This session takes place on May 20th at 8:30am PST.
With the upcoming release of the lastest versions of SharePoint and Office, many firms are taking a new look at their search strategies in light of the changing offerings from Microsoft. In this session, leading Sharepoint experts will discuss the new look of search in SharePoint and offer their guidance about how to go about building a search strategy that makes sense in light of the goals of the business, the many search systems installed, and the future directions in the technology.
Moderator: Hadley Reynolds, Research Director, Search & Digital Marketplace Technologies, IDC
Miles Kehoe, Senior Strategist & President, New Idea Engineering
Jeff Fried, Senior Product Manager, Microsoft
Have questions about this session or the Customers & Engagement track? Ask Hadley Reynolds, the search track chair and moderator.Read More
The Customers & Engagement track kicks off appropriately with a focus on our collective audience: the consumer. The experts on this panel have dedicated their careers to understanding the mindset of users, creating top-notch customer experiences both on and off the web, and engaging customers and prospects alike. The intent of this session is twofold: 1) to open the minds of attendees to the perspectives of the audiences they serve, and 2) to learn, through the course of dialog, the techniques and best practices of creating a world-class customer experience.
Moderator: Scott Liewehr, Senior Consultant, Web Content Management, Gilbane Group; President CM Pros
Donna Rossi, VP Global Customer Experience Management, Western Union
Kumar Vora, Vice President & General Manager, Enterprise, Adobe
Shannon Ryan, CEO, non~linear creations
Michael Fisher, Senior VP Sales & Marketing (Americas), Alterian
Gilbane San Francisco 2010 pre-conference workshops are a great way to get up-to-speed quickly with a half-day deep dive. Today we would like to highlight:
Instructor: Lisa Welchman, Partner, WelchmanPierpoint
These are exciting and challenging times for the Content Management industry – vendor consolidation, fundamental changes in the way people engage, the ubiquity of tools like SharePoint, the debate over the very definition of what makes a CMS – all as the discipline of managing content matures and emerges from IT.
We get the ball rolling on the pre-conference workshops with representatives from the CM Pros Board (including Scott Liewehr and Ian Truscott) and leading guest speakers (including Lisa Welchman) to look at the big picture of what it means to be a CM professional today. We’ll take a look at the trends and offer our perspectives.
We’ll also be revealing the results of our survey, ‘CMState’ – where we’ve called upon the 13,000+ members of the CM Pros extended community to tell us what’s really affecting them, their organizations and their industry. We believe it to be the first and largest survey of content management professionals of its kind.
We won’t just be talking about the technology, the vendors and the strategies, but also about our profession – what it means to be a content management professional. We’ll talk openly about our industry, and how the CM Pros organization can help and what we have planned. As our industry moves and reinvents – so must we.
In this session we will:
We look forward to you joining us. In the meantime, how about participating in our survey? It’s open to all and we’ll send you the results in a whitepaper – .Read More